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20 Creative Uses for Toothpaste

20 Creative Uses for Toothpaste Toothpaste: it whitens, brightens, deodorizes, removes stains, and restores and protects enamel. But toothpaste’s cleaning capabilities work wonders on many things besides our teeth. Toothpaste is one of those substances you have probably never thought of much. Its purpose is spelled out in its very name… it’s a paste to …

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16 New Uses for Old Bed Sheets

16 New Uses for Old Bed Sheets The next time you buy new bed sheets you will be left with your old bed sheets and wondering what you can do with them , especially super cute ones in fun prints. As with a lot of household items you keep them around for what if need …

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20 Uses for Honey You Never Thought Of

20 Uses for Honey You Never Thought Of Honey is a sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers. Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial and antifungal properties that has been used since …

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40 Amazing Uses for Rubbing Alcohol

40 Amazing Uses for Rubbing Alcohol Who knew that having rubbing alcohol, aka, Isopropyl alcohol stored could come in so handy! I am glad I have bottles and bottles of this stuff after reading what it can do. It also evaporates quickly, leaves nearly zero oil traces, compared to ethanol, and is relatively non-toxic, compared to …

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12 Head-to-Toe Uses for Bentonite Clay

12 Head-to-Toe Uses for Bentonite Clay If you’re someone who is up to date on all of your essential oils and remedial lotions, you’ve probably heard of the renowned and infamous Bentonite Clay – a type of clay created from a mixture of elderly volcanic dust and water after they have been sitting together for …

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Uses For Dead Car Batteries And Sealed Lead Acid Batteries

Uses For Dead Car Batteries And Sealed Lead Acid Batteries A common misconception is that all car batteries die. This, in fact, isn’t true—the majority of “dead” car batteries just don’t contain enough juice to power a car, but they can still provide enough watts to keep emergency fans and lighting running, which is great …

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